SND-RAY: Classic shades with silent tunes

Hey, you remember those funky Oakleys with built in headphones that Dog the Bounty Hunter wore, right? Well, it takes a certain style to pull those off, I think. What if, however, you could have some classic Wayfarer style shades with “hidden” headphones built in? That’s what the SND-RAY has on tap.

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Vizio is bringing that summertime heat

We’ve focused a good bit on the products coming from Vizio, as they seem to offer a great “bang for your buck” while bringing along some nice technology. Even on the lower end, their products can really spruce up your current setup. Today, we’ll give you a quick rundown of their new products.

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Shrinking things down with the PaMu Slide Mini

A little bit under a year ago, I went hands-on with my first set of true wireless earbuds in the form of the PaMu Slide (you can see that review here). Well, here we are, and the technology parade marches on, which means it’s time for a new version to hit the street, in the form of the PaMu Slide Mini.

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Bone Conduction technology is for the kids, now, with the myFirst Headphones

Back when I did a roundup post of some work-from-home options, headphones were a section I focused on, as you’ll want some good cans to get on those Zoom calls, or even just block out external noise while you work. What about the kids? I mean, they can tune out the outside world easily enough – which is why bone conduction headphones seem like an interesting option. Enter the myFirst Headphones from Oaxis.

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Now you’re playing with (solar) Power!

Well, that was a pretty famous tagline from my youth, and perhaps yours as well. Of course, these days, when we’re talking power, it’s all about how to save it (at home) or how to provided it to your electron-hungy devices. These Solgaard devices might help with the first, but they definitely will improve things for the second.

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Hearing what you’ve missed with a Vizio Soundbar

When it comes to your home theater setup, I think a great many of us fall into the category of being happy enough with what comes out of the stock speakers on the TV. Sure, a full-blown 5.1 or 7.1 setup would be awesome, but it’s not like you could crank it it up when the kids are in bed. Well, that’s where something like this 20″ Vizio Soundbar comes into play, and I was quite pleasantly surprised once I had it setup and we started using it.

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This portable speaker is crafted out of a lynx skull

This cyberpunk-styled bluetooth speaker is weird enough to make Neo refuse to take the Red Pill.

Based on a casting of a real lynx skull, the Kranio melds metals, plastics, and silicone with a 3D print of a lynx skull. The speaker surrounds the skull and offsets its creepiness, thus making it look like something out of William Gibson’s junk drawer.

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